Regulatory and recruitment headwinds are hitting oilfield trucking in a time of rising demand.
Also this week, Phillips 66 to expand Texas NGL project. Meanwhile, Exxon Mobil and Plains pursue Permian pipeline JV and Pioneer sells Colorado assets.
Ethane clears 30-cent hurdle for the first time in over four years but rest of NGL remain static.
EnLink’s Cindy Jaggi discusses working with Global Infrastructure Partners, as well as driving process efficiency and effectiveness.
The IEA forecast a 1.5 million-barrel drop in oil supply from OPEC members Venezuela and Iran.
KPMG analysts are bullish about a pickup in oil and gas deal making, with foreign investment expected in the U.S. renewables market.
As U.S. exports continue to soar, the capacity shortfall will force production to flatline.
At KPMG’s annual Global Energy Conference, confidence in the global economy abound, but political uncertainty and Asia’s growing energy demand shapes the role of the U.S. energy on the world stage.
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So what do I like about conferences? They provide a great opportunity to get a feel for what’s going on out there in the oil patch.